Junior race training 8.45am
Junior club 10:00am - 12:00pm
Race training 9:00am - Noon
Club morning 10am - Noon
(Peer paddling. Unless there's a trip on, in which case we might all be away and gone to more exciting river).
Race training 10am - Noon
Pool Session, St Nicholas Park. 6.20pm ( Except bank holidays and August)
Juniors - gym / running 5pm
Club Night 7pm
Monday - Thursday
Race Training 5.30pm
First Tuesday of spring/summer months. See Events and Coaching sections
For more information please contact membership secretary.
I thought I'd write out a quick guide on what to bring with you on an RLSCC white water kayaking trip if you're new to the whole thing. If you think I've missed anything let me know, and if you disagree with any parts of it feel free to try to…Continue
Posted by Jonathan "PK" Pickett on January 9, 2016 at 1:00
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